I am a NJ resident and got a driving ticket in CT for following too closely. As per CT law, if I pay the fine, there wont be any points assessed against my driving license. Does it mean that there wont be any points against my NJ license, or is this just valid for CT license holders?
NJ MVC will record points if you plead guilty or are found guilty to a point violation. Depending on your insurance company, they may see the NJ points and that could affect your rates and/or surcharges. I would recommend hiring a NJ attorney to try to minimize the point exposure for you.
2 points in NJ for any moving violations out of state even if 0 there
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I do not know for sure. Out of state moving violations are 2 points in NJ but if it is 0 points in Conn. I do not know.
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